Annie Godfrey Larmon writes about the ways in which artists represent, attend to, or challenge the impact technology has on language, bodies, labor, and subjectivity itself. In the coming year she plans to focus more specifically on feminist issues, by writing about artists whose practices explore how the networked, performance-driven, and speculative world of late capitalism and its technologies have benefitted, complicated, or been detrimental to the agency, expression, bodies, and politics of women.
Larmon is a writer, editor, and curator based in New York. She is a regular contributor to Artforum, and her writing has also appeared in Bookforum, Frieze, MAY, Rhizome, and WdW Review. She is the editor of publications for the inaugural Okayama Art Summit and a former assistant editor of Artforum, where she edited international reviews. The co-author, with Ken Okiishi and Alise Upitis, of The Very Quick of the Word (Sternberg Press, 2014), she has penned features and catalogue essays on the work of numerous artists, including Okiishi, Alex Da Corte, Loretta Fahrenholz, Marianna Simnett, and Cally Spooner. She has organized exhibitions and performances at such venues as the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson; American Contemporary, New York; and Rongwrong, Amsterdam.